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, andrew. you've got to remember that. remember what she doesn't. >> all right, that's fair. bernie, you said arias is a stone cold killer. >> yes. psycho killer. >> allegedly. >> well, maybe in your mind. but in my mind she's guilty as hell. >> in the mind of the founding fathers who wrote our beautiful, beautiful constitution, bernie. >> waste of taxpayer money to drag this disgrace out for six months or whatever the hell it is. >> if you hate the founding fathers of the constitution, that's your business, sir. i do not. >> all right. so you're apologist for killers and murderers. >> i do not apologize for supporting the constitution or the founding fathers, bernie. again, you are free to hate them. >> who are you impersonating right now, andy? >> i don't really know. >> andy just doesn't like to wipe his butt with the old constitution. >> that's all i'm saying. >> by the way, she's not even that hot. >> i don't know about that. >> i agree. >> crazy makes her hot. >> no, i agree. >> can we tweet this with the seriousness it deserves? >> i doubt it. >> i was just asking. >> no, i know.
tonight, bernie goldberg on how the press covered margaret thatcher and adam carolla on angry airline passengers. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone, the factor begins right now. hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. margaret thatcher and president obama. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. the 87-year-old former prime minister of great britain died last night from a stroke. as you may know, she along with president ronald reagan defined conservative politics in the 1980s. lady thatcher is a legend in conservative circles. her accomplishments are many, but she was always very controversial figure in her own country and here in america. because the british press and the american media are liberal and always have been. for younger viewers, margaret thatcher was a plain spoken woman who did not suffer fools. >> what the honorable member is saying is that he would rather the poor were poorer provided the rich were less rich. that way you will never create the wealth for better social justices as we have. and what a policy. yes, he woul
-hosts. and if wittiness were the wall street journal, i'd wait for him to come on my doorstep. bernie mcderr. and in lake placid, he's a bobsled. it's my psychic bill schultz. and if fearless commentary were a giant wave, i'd ride him with my surfing buddies. tucker carlton, editor in chief of the daily caller. >> daily blog. the lede. that's the first story. who the hell is this guy? >> your boss, jerk. okay, she's flinging barbs from behind bars. now she'll knife you with a 140-word character. i screwed that up. jodi arias is on trial for allegedly murdering her boyfriend but that hasn't stopped her from tweeting. yes, she's been using a friend taunting the press and prosecutors. the accused killer is clearly not a fan of headline news coverage writing hln is an acronym for haters love negativity. after nancy grace tweeted a picture of arias suggesting she was flipping the bird, arias responded, actually, nancy, that finger was for you. have a nice day. the killer also isn't afraid to go after opponents in a court. in a now deleted tweet about a prosecutor that happens to be short, she wrote those affl
tavis: good evening. smiley. tonight, a conversation with senator bernie sanders. the bombingrmath of of th in boston and the budget. and then a talk with chris columbus. with centeron bernie sanders and chris columbus coming up right now. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. i just try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only about halfway to completely eliminate hunger, and we have a lot of work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. yourd by contributions to pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. rd: with so much breaking news to date including the breaking news i and boston and the crisis in north korea and the budget, pleased to speak to senator bernie sanders from washington. good to have you on this program. >> bid to be with you. >> let's start with boston. i do not know if you know any more than the rest of us. let's start with your thoughts on what happened in boston. >> boston is the capita
the wall street journal, i'd wait for him to come on my doorstep. bernie mcderr. and in lake placid, he's a bobsled. it's my psychic bill schultz. and if fearless commentary were a giant wave, i'd ride him with my surfing buddies. tucker carlton, editor in chief of the daily caller. >> daily blog. the lede. that's the first story. who the hell is this guy? >> your boss, jerk. okay, she's flinging barbs from behind bars. now she'll knife you with a 140-word character. i screwed that up. jodi arias is on trial for allegedly murdering her boyfriend but that hasn't stopped her from tweeting. yes, she's been using a friend taunting the press and prosecutors. the accused killer is clearly not a fan of headline news coverage writing hln is an acronym for haters love negativity. after nancy grace tweeted a picture of arias suggesting she was flipping the bird, arias responded, actually, nancy, that finger was for you. have a nice day. the killer also isn't afraid to go after opponents in a court. in a now deleted tweet about a prosecutor that happens to be short, she wrote those afflicted for l
different, we can have a real impact. >> bernie, hi brother. >> reporter: they're not law enforcement which is one reason they have an easier time gaining the trust of gang members. fernando and bernie are charismatic, likable and most important for their job comfortable around the blue and red that define the gangs in san jose. they also care about the young people they work with on a daily basis. fernando attended four funerals for former clients. >> you work with these guys for so long. i look at them as, you know a regular kid. i don't think, i think of them as kids. >> reporter: fernando and bernie took us to the site of a murder. >> penal code for murder. >> reporter: now their work takes them into the hospital rooms. since the violence interception program began, 18 teens and young adults gave permission from the gang prevention task force. >> i walk in, first thing i go is how you feeling man. and they answer usually, aahh. >> reporter: the shooting or stabbing victims are often in a lot of pain but that gives an opening to per fernando and bernie. they offer lots of benefits, incl
brill? >> bernie brill and seen the. >> rose: bernie brill steen. you walk into the polo lounge and he has a tape-- i'm setting the scene. how did you get the appointment. >> i just called him. and bernie was the most accessible and lovable and interesting show business figure. >> rose: so why did he take the call? >> well, he -- that's what was so wonderful about bernie. he would take anyone's call. he really would. he was fantastic and i think of him everyday. i miss him so much. but i called him and i said "i'm going to be -- i am in the management business, i represent these few comedians. >> rose: who did you represent at that time? >> bob saget. >> rose: well, that's good. >> yes. and bob saget, dave call yay, gary shandling. it was a handful of comedians. and i said if you gave me a chance i think i could help you build your company. and i assumed he would say that's very sweet of you kid, get out. >> rose: (laughs) i've heard that story before. >> but he didn't. he said "i think that's a great idea and he hired me immediately. >> rose: at the lunch? >> at the breakfast. >> rose
note of the piece bernie goldberg reported. >> after a while, i said to myself, yeah, sure, i'll believe it when i see it. this is not good for an american institution whose credibility rating is somewhere around used car dealers. we need a mainstream media that we trust. >> yes. i think that bernie goldberg pointed out some of the worst mistake that has people made. the column really focused on those errors. i think cnn talking about the f.b.i. and law enforcement looking for a dark skinned individual, the posting of two photos, quote, bad men as the "new york post" pointed out and it turned out to be innocent people. there was a terrible story of a 17-year-old student that was listed as a suspect. there was a lot to apologize for. >> jon: kathleen carol of associated press said this. we took a shellacking for reporting that a suspect was in custody, when as the hours passed, that information begin to look wobbly. how does something like that happen? >> because there is a rush. there is a rush to somebody get it first and get it right. that was philip schwartz said that. the
situation. also tonight, bernie goldberg on how the media is covering the terror story and adam carolla has personal thoughts on the attack. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> hi i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. politics now entering the boston terrorism story and zeal that in our second segment this evening with the talking points memo. first the lead story tonight. update on the terror bombing investigation there are some unanswered questions. did where did they get the bombs. the grenades and the bombs apparently lawyered up in rhode island, hasn't yet been interrogated. also why hasn't the obama administration declared the wounded terrorist to be an enemy combatant? he will not be treated as an enemy combatant. we will prosecute this terrorist through our civilian system of justice under u.s. law the united states citizens cannot be tried in military commissions the. >> bill: well some constitutional experts dispute mr. cancery's statement if you partner up with a foreign terrorist organization you become part of that. it'
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. bernie is following it closely. he says, well, it should be worry evidence by what is going on here. beie, -- bernie, what do you make of that? other. >> that was the greatest song and dance if heard. you ought to put that act on the road. it was awesome. i don't have a clue where they're coming from. i'm in florida right now, and with a group called the job creators alliance, and i talked to you about it. this is a group, small business people, how small business people are reacts to everything happening out there. let me fifth you -- give you the word. i talked to eight people today that run businesses. they're not big guys. this is not general electric or home depot. these are guys that run businesses anywhere from hundred people up to 1,000 people. they're hiring people, hiring parttime people. nobody is hiring fulltime people. >> neil: what's going on with the markets? the markets have been racing ahead. the dow, s&p, we're closing in on 5,000 now. so, do they see this? do they get past this? what is happening? >> i don't know. i don't know there's a relationship between the market a
who crushes it to left 2-0 mil bernie brewers comes down the slide - as he did three times on the day 5 bot 2nd/ the pitcher gallardo gets into the act - he homers off cain - a 2- run job to center field to break the game open 5-0 mil 6 bot 3rd, 5-0 mil / cain - gives up his 3rd home run of the day, a 2-run blast to catcher jonathan lacroy 7-0 mil cain: 6 ip, 7 hits, 7 runs giants 5 starting pitchers pitching bad except madision bumgarner giants lose 7-2 tomorrow warriors on playoffs 49ers open sept 8 vs. pack saturday afternoon to 2:30. for the warriors came. >> gary: 2013 niners schedule raiders host alex smith 2014 raiders schedule they remember, was called kaepernick did. with two different touchdowns in the playoffs. they will open the season in candlestick park. also on the schedule. and they are going to host the division rival. coming in of the month of december and the atlanta falcons. with regular season at candlestick park. we are taking a look at alex smith and you can see he is in oakland playing the raiders in december. the home opener = september 15th. following the pat
this ball way out. a homer means bernie brewer goes down the slide. homers off cane, and yes, so he does his thing, again. 5-0, milwaukee in the third allows seven runs and three homers he's sick of bernie. they're back home tomorrow to face padres. warriors open this saturday in denver that. will be the site of games one and two in best of seven series. golden state's first home playoff game frhe 26th at ocle. three games tohey're a deepeam athl. denver led the league in scoring, 28 and three at home. sats favor denver. >> they won against us in regular season we feel like our game matched up well with theirs and we have a good shot to go, take care of business. >> pressure stands on them. we're the under dog and can be aggressive on the road. and that what we're going to do. >> the nfl released the schedule today opening with three playoff teams. this week lee, andrew luck returns in the bay area, october 27th against jaguars. monday night game the regular season finale will be the last regular season game at candle stick park. week 4 assuming he's healthy he comes to town thanksgiving day
speaker cards, dr. espinola jackson, erica brooks. bernie, sue vaughan. michelle meyers. and peter cohan. >>> good afternoon, dr. espinola jackson, bayview hunters point. i want to make sure it's part of the record, and that you're able to read what's here. in recent years we have [speaker not understood] impacts linked with the projects [speaker not understood]. we must also factor in the precautionary principles as the ordinance that permit us to have a project and impact, be it [speaker not understood] animal or humans. the san francisco planning department [speaker not understood] because this has been going on for sometime and you might not have been here. but san francisco planning department again and again has sent a wrong signal to those that want to circumvent a holistic planning practice, not giving credibility to c-e-q-a and precautionary principles. this department did this with lennar and partial a at the san francisco shipyard as well as the recent approved wellness center [speaker not understood] in san francisco. all this was done without giving consideration to seniors,
fixed it for less? consumer reports tester bernie wanted to know how easy or tough oit could be. ordering a kit for $30 and then, watched a 30 minute tutorial video from i cracked.com. he also wanted to see how others would do. >> i recruited people from around the building with cracked iphone screens. from engineers to novice who's weren't comfortable working with electronic autos this phone was fixed by a phone service some volunteers breezed through the process. >> others regretted the decision. >> there are lots of steps and small parts and small pieces. bernie stayed on the side line. it took most about an hour and a half to replace a cracked screen. before you for technically challenged took longer. >> one screen was defective. >> if you're thinking about replacing the screen realize it can save you money but it will likely cost you time and some aggravation. >> you can buy a warranty but givent cost and caveats consumer reports thinks neither offer are very good value. better investment might be a case that wraps around the edge of the screen cases like that cost about $2
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, is he ham strung at all by the bernie sanders of this world, people on the left? >> i don't think he is. they're hopping mad. they've been triangulated. >> explain. >> well, the president took a position in between the congressional democrats and the congressional republicans. bernie sanders, a couple of congressman and all the usual suspects, alphabet soup of the left were all out in lafayette park across from the white house having a protest as if george w. bush was still in there. they're going nuts about it. you know what? this is exactly what president obama needs to have happen because he can say to john boehner, you know what? you've got nuts on your side. well, guess what? >> you know what this looks like? old-timers night for the '60s. when they bring back the players from 50 years ago. bernie, every time i see him in action, i say that reminds me about 1968, '69. that's him. >> he's the finest vermont senator ever to be born in brooklyn. >> he's just one of us in a way. let me ask you about the left. i don't want to put them down because i agree with them a lot of times. back
from a group of business executives led by former home depot ceo bernie marcus, these ceos are about job creation and growth, not high taxes government regulation and health care reform which they say are pinching businesses and killing the economist. here with ways to breathe life and money back into the economy, are two members of the job creators alliance. gary rabin and mike whalen, ceo of heart of america group. thanks for joining us. mike, let me start with you. >> hi, melissa. melissa: what do you hope to accomplish? what do you think you can get done? >> well i think the members the jca, the job creators alliance have all created businesses successfully. created in many cases hundreds of thousands of jobs over the last 10, 20, 30 years. we're concerned that great american job machine that creates the american dream for millions of workers, might not be around in the next 10 years. melissa: why? gary tell me, why specifically you think that the job creation machine isn't going to be around? what are the factors? >> huge factor, is regulation of course. we talk about it all the
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. bernie sanders has exposed the fed giving out trillions of dollars in addition to the tarp bailout. >> barney frank has taken a hike. >> that is worth talking about. you see in this congress michele bachmann and michele bachmann one of these -- wannabe's. there are fights about redistricting. >> use of the one strength the president obama, his rhetorical skill, is not sufficient. >> it has not been used at the scale necessary in this time of crisis. america is in a crossroads. this is a moment comparable to coming out of the great depression. this was a moment coming out of the financial crisis when tectonic shifts are under way in this country. hope is not a policy. policy is a wonky word. hope needs a story, a narrative. here is what is going on in this country. president obama now is speaking more forcefully about what he wants to do it and against smoking out those who are obstructing. this is really wonky. anyway, i think one of the most exciting things are the movements of our times. i closed this book out before occupy. i wrote about wisconsin. our correspondent was there fo
to cut 75-hundred jobs at bp. investors who lost money in the bernie madoff scam cannot sue the sec. investors argued the securities and exchange commission "....failed to adequately investigate bernard madoff despite nurmerous warnings." a second u.s. circuit court ruled: the sec's inaction in the scandal is protected by federal law. the madoff ponzi scheme cost investors $17 billion dollars. there will be no golden parachute to rescue former jc penney ceo ron johnson. johnson, who came from apple, was dismissed this week from jcp due to poor performance. johnson had a deal with penney to be paid mostly in stock when he became ceo in 2011. he owns 900,000 shares of penney stock.. but it only has value if penney stock climbs above $29 dollars. the stock closed last at $14. hedge fund manager bill ackman who has a major stake in jcp gave the stock a bit of a lift yesterday when he told reporters he's standing by the retailer. investors rolled out the welcome mat for taylor morrison this week. shares of the homebuilder opened up 6.1% yesterday, from its ipo price of 22 dollars an
that in a hurry in milwaukee. zito didn't make it out of the third inning for the giants. bernie the brewer flexing his muscles. that's what we do in the sports department. zito's score less inning streak ends and gomez off the foul pole in left and 1-0 milwaukee in the second. the panda, pablo sandoval four r.b.i night and near the gap in right center. that will go to the wall. angel paw began and scoero sign. bad luck for barry and ground rule double scores a pair. here is the crusher, bases loaded for bettencourt and i believe he is the first man in major league history to hit a grand slam. zito pulled after two and two-thirds and nine runs allowed, but the come back begins. brandon crawford and that is gone. solo stroke in the fourth to make it 9-4 and 9-7 in the eighth when he takes it deep to right. and that is out. the brewers hold off what was a giant come back in the making and win it 10-8. oh this is one big a's fan. you like my costumes, don't you? a's and astros and cocoa crisp deep to right and that is cool and crisp. he trots home and a stand up triple and tied at two. base hi
it out of the third inning for the giants. bernie the brewer flexing his muscles. that's what we do in the sports department. zito's score less inning streak ends and gomez off the foul pole in left and 1-0 milwaukee in the second. the panda, pablo sandoval four r.b.i night and near the gap in right center. that will go to the wall. angel paw began and scoero sign. bad luck for barry and ground rule double scores a pair. here is the crusher, bases loaded for bettencourt and i believe he is the first man in major league history to hit a grand slam. zito pulled after two and two-thirds and nine runs allowed, but the come back begins. brandon crawford and that is gone. solo stroke in the fourth to make it 9-4 and 9-7 in the eighth when he takes it deep to right. and that is out. the brewers hold off what was a giant come back in the making and win it 10-8. oh this is one big a's fan. you like my costumes, don't you? a's and astros and cocoa crisp deep to right and that is cool and crisp. he trots home and a stand up triple and tied at two. base hit to right. in comes cocoa. a's take a
the clamps on jp morgan because of its dealings with ponzie schemer bernie madoff. madoff is serving a 150-year prison term for costing investors millions of dollars in a massive money scheme. the office of the comptroller of the currency could issue a cease-and-desist order later this year against the bank. a trustee for madoff's victims accuses jp morgan chase of turning a blind eye to signs madoff was a fraud. "people are going after banks right now because they have a history of looking the other way. there's another case recently filed and pending in florida involving scott rothstien, who conducted one of these ponzi schemes, and his banks were successfully sued." that was attorney hugh totten of valorem law group. jp morgan served as madoff's main bank for two decades. bank officials contend there was no evidence of a scheme. the european parliament has voted in favor of reforms to its banking sector. this week members of the e.u. appoved changes, including a controversial bonus cap designed to discourage risk- taking for short-term gain. the new limits will reign in banker bonuses,
seven runs in six innings. bernie brewer got a workout indeed. giants are swept by milwaukee, they open up a three-game set against the padres. yankees captain will be out for three more months after a small crack was discovered in his ankle. jeter, a-rod, and mark teixeira all on the dl. and the nfl schedule is out. they have five games in prime time. the raiders open on the road against darius heyward bay and the colts. they have just one game in prime time. in fact, week one with the colts with the raiders. week two is against the 49ers. we'll get an od of andrew luck in the first couple of weeks. >> sounds good. great for sharks. thanks so much for watching. that does it for us at 10:00. news always on kpix.com. we're on again at 11:00 on kpix5. ,, ,, wow, the track looks perfect. now we just need guests. yeah, so they can race! hey! kachow! bellissimo! guido! our tires are a-flying! whooooaaaaaa little tractors, dance! they're here! it is time! there's high-octane fun for everyone at cars land. only at disney california adventure park. ♪ o is for the only one i see ♪ v is ver
commission can not be held responsible for failing to expose bernie madoff's ponzi scheme. the court noted the sec missed many opportunities to uncover madoff's multibillion-dollar scheme. this uphold as lower court ruling row joking a lawsuit -- rejecting a lawsuit brought on by madoff investors. he is pled guilty in the 09 and is serving a 150 years sentence. that latest from fox business, giving you the power to prosper lori: charlie gasparino is here. he last a list of reasons why he thinks it is probably better to keep your money under a mattress than herbalife stock. >> i usually don't give investment tips. the only reason i'm doing it with this stock because of all the taint around it right now. we should point out that doesn't mean the company is a pyramid scheme as bill ackman says it is, but if you're an investor, what we try to do is give some, dispense some knowledge for investors. i will give four reasons why you should really stay away from the stock right now. put it in, maybe mattress was a little bit of hyperbole. melissa: it is a euphemism. we know what you're getting at.
: good evening. smiley. tonight, a conversation with senator bernie sanders. the bombingrmath of of th in boston and the budget. and then a talk with chris columbus. a conversation
with a long gray beard. theresa garcia reports. >> reporter: bernie fowler and crystal walters held hands and at times cried while sheriff's investigators in california offered new details about the murder of their daughter. 8-year-old leila was found stabbed in the family home on saturday. >> we will not rest until we capture the responsible person. >> leila's 12-year-old brother told police he saw an intruder in the home around noon. >> he briefly followed this person until the person left the house and that's when he went to check on his sister. >> reporter: leila was pronounced dead from multiple stab wounds at a local hospital. police patrols and parents kept watchful eyes on the children at the elementary school monday. student and staff are in shock and afraid because leila's attacker is still on the loose. >> you never know what kind of people are out there. you could stand next to someone that's done something like that and it scares me. >> reporter: police have contacted all known sex offenders in the area and are conducting interviews. neighbors say leila's death has them being
bernie sanders leading the charge. >> some of you may remember that when barack obama was running for president in 2008, he said that he would not cut social security. we want the president to remember what he said and not go back on his word. >> it issen clear whether the deal-making in general will actually go anywhere. tonight the president will break bread with sonar republicans, but with still bitter tastes lingering, perhaps they should start with dessert. with us, "the washington post's" ezra klein. what a day to have you, ezra. what a day. >> i'm so happy to be here. >> you talk like there could be a number of budgets that would be enough or even too much. >> there's no such thing as enough budgets. you always have great analysis on this, but you had a great post today, where you suggest -- we talk about whether there's going to be any deal-pealing. you make the point that republicans don't think they have to come to the table, because sequester was no big deal, but actually we're going to start feeling pain semi-soon. once that pain is felt, republicans will be in a very
. >>. >>> all right a programming note for you, tomorrow i'm going to be join bid vermont senator bernie sand ders who's driving social security cuts in the president's budget. >>> now connecticut's governor rallied to her cause and this whole story has blown up in a big way. there you see senators toomey and pat manchin revealing their bipartisan deal in background checks and we'll hear how they were able to come together in a compromised deal between the left and the right. >>> anthony weiner is describing his new political plans, it's a story that everybody is buzzing about today. the details straight ahead. [ male announcer ] it's simple physics... a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mg celebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief for many with arthritis pain and inflammation. plus, in clinical studies, celebrex is proven to
to get your reaction to all of us. first, though, let's start with bernie sanders there saying the president is essentially going against a promise he made to protect social security. what is your reaction. >> i'm starting with bernie's comments. the fact is the president is someone who i support and campaigned hard for. but it is not about the president. it is really about somebody, low income seniors, struggling to get by on $12,000 a year. about a person, a veteran, it is about americans who depend upon a fair cost of living allowance and this particular proposal doesn't meet the test. so i oppose it and i'm organizing members of congress to oppose it. >> we know this proposal will regard the chain cpi has been on the table for months tp p was a part of the deal the president pro monthsed back in 2012 when he was negotiating with republicans while the republicanes have said they're not budging an inch on new revenue and this have essentially shot down this budget from the president calling it status quo. many wonder if the republicans don't compromise, if progressive democra
? >> you know, it gets -- you get through big points. first of all if i were obama i would say bernie sanders, the independent from vermont, was protesting outside the gates of the white house, this is a senator with a sign. obama's going to say i got enough trouble with my side. try to sell them on somethings is a difficult pull. >> neil: do you think it's going to be tougher for him to win over democrats? >> this was your point. i think so so. republican will play the game and take advantage of senior citizens and pay -- i used to do that in campaigns. my mother called the day before election and say pop, ear taking social security. i said if you vote democrat tomorrow, we'll have it back wednesday morning. there's a big hurdle, that's for the republicans to get over, and that's tax revenue. social security is a big deal for a democrat. >> neil: it's a major statement. how is it going at the five? >> great. it's -- the show is a star of that show and it's doing real well. >> neil: i think you're the star of that show. >> don't get me -- >> neil: is there someone you hate? >> nobody.
decide collectively to join another future. joining me, bernie sanders, independent from vermont, may bouvier, from the grassroots climate change, and dan, a cnbc contributor, and we're joined by glen hooks of the sierra club of arkansas. no one from exxonmobil or the american petroleum institute was available to join us. glen, i'll begin with you. how big of story is it there and what are residents being told? >> we're here in mayflower, arkansas. thanks for coffering the story. when you get off the freeway, you can really smell the oil spill. i spent some time today walking through the evacuated neighborhoods. there aren't a lot of neighbors around to tell their story, but the story is told by their oil soaked backyard, the smell in the street, and the fact that the tar sands oil has taken a chunk out of mayflower, arkansas. >> my producers and i were going through news accounts of the spill. it was so startling. almost no one seemed to know they were atop this oil pipeline. >> no, they don't know that. and actually, what exxon has been telling folks, the story seems to be that this
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